Monthly Archives: April 2011

Day 473 – Three seasons

ISO 100, 24mm, f/22, 0.6 sec On November 11 my friend Jeff from Cranial Aperture and I went up to Silver Falls State Park. We hiked downView full post »

Day 472 – Broken

ISO 100, 100mm, f/11, 1/8 sec We were on our way to a memorial service this morning when we took a detour at Silver Falls State Park. WeView full post »

Day 471 – Future cherries

ISO 400, 100mm macro, f/18, 1/8 sec. If we have one more windy, rainy day, I’m going to… Our cherry trees are beginning toView full post »

Day 470 – Drippy day

ISO 200, 100mm macro, f/2.8, 1/200 sec. Today was a beautifully drippy day. The light rain was warm and springy. It was one of those daysView full post »

Day 469 – Rain dog

ISO 160, 280mm, f/4.0, 1/250 sec Today was a work at home day, my favorite kind… and oh how the doggies love it too. I could work atView full post »

Day 468 – Cluck

ISO 200, 140mm, f/5.6, 1/500 sec When we visited the lamb farm on Saturday, I was totally amused by the free range chickens. They wereView full post »

Day 467 – Coming up daisies

ISO 100, 105mm, f/6.3, 1/200 sec I have a couple of marketing projects sitting on my plate for the horticulture department so I made myView full post »

Day 466 – Daffodils among the oak

ISO 400, 102mm, f/8.0, 1/200 sec There are still a few daffodils in bloom, although I suspect the season is nearing the end. I’veView full post »

Day 465 – Ye olde truck

ISO 200, 105mm, f/10, 1/60 sec It’s no secret, I love rust and an old vehicle by the side of the road will give me goose bumps. IView full post »

Day 464 – Not all beers foam alike, the finale

I lived in Denver, not far from the Coors Brewery, and I was there when Anheuser Busch was building their plant in Ft. Collins. I thoughtView full post »

Day 463 – The old railroad bridge

ISO 400, 24mm, f/20, 30.0 sec What a beautiful day we had today. I think Scotty beamed me up to a new planet. There was no way I was goingView full post »

Day 462 – 5 percent

ISO 100, 200mm, f/2.8, 1/160 sec My friend Jeff over at Cranial Aperture invited my on an outing with his photography group from Portland.View full post »